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Improving the Quality of Life. About JEBA Discover one of the hottest and coolest emerging districts in the City of Detroit! Jefferson East is situated.

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1 Improving the Quality of Life

2 About JEBA Discover one of the hottest and coolest emerging districts in the City of Detroit! Jefferson East is situated just off the Detroit River five miles from the central Business District and bordering Grosse Pointe. With over 25,000 cars passing daily, $170 million in disposable income in a one-mile radius, $1.5 million in private investment over 2 years, and over 500 housing units built since the mid-1990's. Jefferson East is one of the largest redevelopment areas in the nation. Come and see what the buzz is about.

3 What we do Inform community of potential commercial and industrial developments Work cohesively with governmental agencies Provide assistance to aspiring and current business owners Promote economic improvement within the community Offer access to technical and professional services through our on-site Business Development Center

4 SERVICES Planning and Development Facade Predevelopment Streetscape Planning and Development CLEAN AND SAFE Beautification Code Enforcement Community Policing CLEAN AND SAFE Business Development Recruitment Retention Advocacy Business Development Promotions and Events June on Jefferson Seasonal Events Promotions and Events

5 Who we are Josh Elling Executive Director Jefferson East Business Association Robin Duncan Coordinator District Business Development Americorps Member Sheila Jackson Program Director Clean & Safe Membership Acquanetta Sproule Administrative Assistant Charlie Grose Consultant Fund Development Latifa Bradwell Business Consultant MI-SBTDC

6 Board of Directors Board President Cevan Castle Neighborhood Resident 599 Marlborough Detroit, MI 48215 phone (313) 443-1613 cevan@wayne.edu Board Secretary Donald E. Fitzsimmons Royal Transportation 401 St. Jean Detroit, MI 48214-3440 phone (313) 331-8700 fax (313) 331-8720 cell (313) 467-5663 dfitzsimmons@royalbus.com cevan@wayne.edudfitzsimmons@royalbus.com Board Treasurer Thomas E. Hardiman Lakeshore Engineering 7310 Woodward, 5th Floor Detroit, MI 48202 phone (313) 875-4115 fax (313) 875-2924 cell (313) 215-1086 tomh@lakeshoreeng.comtomh@lakeshoreeng.com Board SecretaryPaulette A. Foster Court Reporting Services 202 Riverside Drive Detroit, MI 48215 phone (313) 822-1748 fax (313) 822-1864 cell (313) 729-2014 pjfosters@sbcglobal.net Tosha M. Brown LaSalle CDC 500 Griswold Detroit, MI 48226 phone (313) 234-8775 fax (313) 234-8669 tosha.brown@abnamro.com pjfosters@sbcglobal.net tosha.brown@abnamro.com Mike Curis Curis Enterprises 18633 Mack Detroit, MI 48236 phone (313) 371-5540 fax (313) 371-8480mcuris7@aol.commcuris7@aol.com J. Kevin Butcher Hope Community Church 14456 E. Jefferson, Detroit MI 48215 phone (313) 823-8002 info@hopedetroit.org info@hopedetroit.org

7 BOD continued Cheryl Coleman Northeast Guidance Center 12800 E. Warren Detroit, MI 48215 phone (313) 921-9340 cell (313) 929-0644 CherCol@aol.com Daphne V. Harris Mngr Civic & Comm Relations Extrnl Affairs & Public Policy 1000 Chrysler Dr CIMS 485-1095 Auburn Hills, MI 48326 Chrysler LLC (248) 512-3356 (248) 512-3919 fax dvh@daimlerchrysler.com James L. Jackson Jack Rabbit & Co. 785 Chalmers Detroit, MI 48215 phone (313) 824-1370 fax (313) 822-6747 cell (313) 999-0219 dangerclose@msn.com CherCol@aol.com dvh@daimlerchrysler.com dangerclose@msn.com Robert P. Jones SBC/AT&T 444 Michigan Ave. Detroit, MI 48226 phone (313) 223-7284 fax (313) 496-9326 cell (313)929-0727 rj1961@att.com Khadidja Ngom Branch Manager Montieth Library 14100 Kercheval Detroit, MI 48215 phone (313) 852-5761 fax (313) 852-5762 sngom@yahoo.com Verlinda Rue McDonald’s ECS Partnership 25300 Mound Rd. Warren, MI 48091 phone (586) 756-5016 fax (586) 756-5939 vruelinda@aol.com Belinda Turner-DuBois Senior Mortgage Officer Detroit Commerce Bank Penobscot Building 645 Griswold, Suite 70 Detroit, MI 48226 phone (313) 967-5150 fax (313) 967-0919 belinda.dubois@detroitcommerce.com rj1961@att.com sngom@yahoo.com vruelinda@aol.com belinda.dubois@detroitcommerce.com

8 Become a Volunteer Have fun and meet new people Receive a JEBA t-shirt Attend networking events Test out a career in community development Volunteering provides physical and mental rewards Understanding community needs help foster empathy and self-efficiency Volunteering provides valuable community service so more money can be spent on local improvements Receive a letter of recommendation or reference (case by case basis) The benefits of volunteering are endless! To become part of our winning team, contact Sheila Jackson at 313-331-7939

9 COMUNITY PARTNERSHIP Jefferson / Chalmers Citizen District Council (JCCDC) JCCDC meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month at 6:30 pm at JEBA’s Office (14628 E. Jefferson). For more information, call JCCDC at 313-438-3521. Southeast Waterfront Coalition (SEWC) SEWC is a coalition of Block clubs and homeowner associations in the Jefferson/Chalmers area. SEWC formed to share information, concerns and events. To address them together, SEWC meets every third Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m.at JEBA’s Office (14628 E. Jefferson). For more information, contact Mario Hardy at 313-938-9922. Fox Creek Citizen Radio Patrol (FCCRP) The residents in the Jefferson/Chalmers area in conjunction with JEBA, Detroit City Clerk’s Office and Detroit Police Department have partnered up to establish a Citizen’s Radio Patrol. The patrol will focus on both the residential neighborhood and business district within JEBA’s boundaries. To participate, or for more information, contact Sheila Jackson at 313-331-7939. Creekside Community Development Corporation (CCDC) Creekside CDC is a non-profit organization located at 1021 Manistique (along East Jefferson). Their annual Dinner will take place Monday November 12th at 6 pm. Beginning July 28th, and continuing on every 4th Saturday of the month, recyclables will be accepted at the Municipal lot at the corner of East Jefferson and Chalmers. Drop off will be open from 10am – 2 pm. For more information on the program or to volunteer, contact Kris Hammerberg at khammerberg@creeksidedetroit.org or 313-822-0062. khammerberg@creeksidedetroit.org

10 BUSINESS TRAINING In partnership with East Warren Business United, Jefferson East Business Association and Mack Avenue Business Association, the series will address topics that are vital to small business success including: Tax Accounting/Tax Law for Small Business Business Banking Basics How to Prepare to Borrow Money Micro Loans Importance of Customer Service Real estate Finance / Façade Improvement Grants / Leasing Strategies Protecting Your Business Security Marketing Toward Success Lines of Credit/Advanced Business Banking For additional information on the Comerica Bank East Side Business Development Series, please contact Rachel Edwards White at Comerica Bank (313) 222-7016, Robin Duncan of Jefferson East Business Association (313) 331-7939, Bill Swanson of East Warren Business United (313) 882-8920 or Scott Benson of Mack Avenue Business Association (313) 267-1107

11 CONTACT Jefferson East Business Association 14628 E. Jefferson Phone: 313-331-7939 Fax: 313-331-0311 http://www.jeffersoneast.org Jelling@jeffersoneast.org


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